Los Angeles-based Ebyline, a startup which helps publishers find and manage freelancers, said today that it has added Scripps Television Station group as a customer, and the addition of audio/video capabilities to the service. The firm said the new video and audio allows publishers to find freelancers to produce multimedia content. The new effort is aimed at reaching TV and radio stations. Ebyline was co-founded by former newspaper execs Bill Momary and Allen Narcisse. Momary was at the Ventura County Star and LA Times; Narcisse had been at Paramount Pictures and the LA Times. Ebyline is backed by the E.W. Scripps Company, which provided initial funding for the company in November of last year.